Posts Tagged ‘Masters Of The Broken World’

Isle of Alright: Masters of the Broken World

A non-broken sub-world

“Fantasy non-linear turn-based strategy” is the official description. I can’t think of a better way to put it, but it hardly begins to describe the scope and scale of Snowberry’s vast game of space-island conquest.

You may recognise Masters of the Broken World from John pretending he isn’t afraid of strategy games in this post. Since then, I’ve seen this remake of what was formerly a one-man project myself, and have if not total then at least partial understanding of what’s going on in the deep’n’clever build or bash opus.
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Masters Of The Broken World “Revealed”

Oh dear, hexagons.

Dragon Commander isn’t the only turn-based game to be announced today. Along comes Masters Of The Broken World. Funded by the same organisation that gave us Mount & Blade: With Fire & Sword – Snowberry Connection – this was originally the creation of one man, Russian Alexey Bokulev. His force was combined with that of Unicorn Games Studio, and they received the funding to do a complete remake. That’s what it says here, anyway. Which is what we’re talking about now.

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